Czech power plant generation of electricity stagnate
Czech power plants generated 87.6 terawatt hours of electricity last year, the same amount as in 2011, and gross consumption of electricity stayed at 2011’s 70.5TWh, the CTK new agency reported citing an annual report made public by the Energy Regulatory Office (ERU). Coal-fired plants supplied 47.3TWh to the power grid last year, an annual drop of 2TWh. Renewable sources produced 7.9TWh, up 0.7TWh on the year. Renewable sources accounted for 11.23% of Czech gross consumption of electricity last year, the share of the green power up 7 percentage points since 2007.
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